Floods who activated a state of emergency in the Canterbury area on Sunday, New Zealand, he pushed Mexico’s embassy to that country in Oceania to offer help to fellow citizens, and to follow the instructions of the authorities to avoid accidents.
The diplomatic representation of the Ministry of External Affairs (SRE) explained on Twitter that citizens should stay away from the flow of water New Zealand, should not drive the car at night, and urged them to take safe shelter Floods.
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Floods they don’t compromise
thousands of homes in danger Floods and Canterbury D New Zealand: Along the Ashburton River, people are evicting this Sunday, May 30; One person has already been rescued from rising waters by a government helicopter that threatened to take him away.
“It was a really delicate rescue, we were very lucky. We tried a rescue helicopter first, but they couldn’t go because of the weather, so it’s been a really good result for everyone.”.
Charlie, civil defense activist.
Vehicles and houses were surrounded Floods, and the strong winds broke the branches of the tree. Neil Brown, mayor of Ashburton, a city of 35,000 people on the South Island New ZealandSaid that “half” of the area could be evacuated if the river banks broke.
National Emergency Control Agency New Zealand In a press release posted on its official website, it said it “strongly urges” people to stay off the roads and avoid unnecessary travel. Floods.
“They do not consume water. Supplies (yes) are available for bathing and sanitation, however, the city council cannot guarantee that the supplies are safe to drink”.
From past experiences, “we know that there is a possibility that Floods cause of blockage in the road network of New Zealand, especially in the West: “Signposted on flooded roads are unlikely, and we don’t want motorists to get stuck.”
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